Butcher Bird

Kym Bradley

Joined January 2012

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Canon 60D

Canon 100 to 400

Canberra Australia

They are native to Australasia

Butcherbirds are insect eaters for the most part, but will also feed on small lizards and other vertebrates. They get their name from their habit of impaling captured prey on a thorn, tree fork, or crevice. This “larder” is used to support the victim while it is being eaten, to store prey for later consumption, or to attract mates.

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